National Blue Ribbon Award
For Excellence 2001 | 2015


During Panther Pause, Mrs. Farmer worked with a group of 6th-8th grade students to learn about Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead. The group studied the beliefs and traditions associated with this holiday and created an altar to honor loved ones that have passed.

The second grade marched in a Saints Parade after Mass on Friday. After choosing a saint that inspired them, the students researched the saints’ lives, wrote a report on them, and dressed as the saint for the parade.

The Edgewood Fire Dept. came to show us their equipment and talk about fire safety. Thank You Edgewood Fire Dept.!!

The Panther Pumpkin Run has come and gone - what a great event for our school! It was a big success and the kids had a great time. We raised over 43,000 for playground upgrades. Thank you for your support!

The St. Pius X community experienced the “Sound of Korea Pansori”, a Korean vocal tradition, on Monday, October 9th. Cho Joo-Seon, mother of fourth grade student Sung Park and internationally known artist, performed this unique synthesis of song and speech accompanied by a string quartet.

On Friday, October 6th, St. Pius X held a living rosary. Students represented the beads of the rosary and illuminated a flashlight as each Hail Mary was said. It was beautiful to see the entire school come together to honor Our Mother Mary.

The St. Pius X School Community kicked off the new school year with a Prayer Service to introduce this year's school theme. Our theme for this year, Designed by God to be WONDERful, is based on Saint John Paul II's Theology of the Body program.

The St. Pius X faculty and staff were excited to welcome the students back on the first day of school! We are proud to be the largest school in the Diocese of Covington with an enrollment of 665 students. Go Panthers!